countries you will find a wide range of sexual
services and the risk of HIV is moderate to high, so
where ever you go, remember to pack your condoms.
you are not likely introduce an escort to your
parents, escorts world wide are most often seen as
social outcasts, and you may suffer embarrassment if
you take them to any place where there are families
and children, as escorts are tolerated,
exploited and rarely welcome.
workers play an important role in the community by
helping to relieve the stresses that build up around
sex. Traditionally men have paid for sex, now the
demand for escorts by women is growing rapidly as
women become more affluent and really free to choose.
roles between men and women become more equal, as we
are getting how to relax and talk about sex, and as
that there is no proof to sustain the argument that
sexual knowledge and permissiveness has any
detrimental affects on civilisation as the moralists
would have us believe.
that escorts and sex workers should be accepted and
given equal status and influence in the community, so
they can at least pay taxes like other workers, they
are not dangerous and add a little colour and spice
to our towns where something more than just a good
wank is enough. The sex industry workers are sexually
well educated (out of necessity), with an acute perspective of many social problems which need to be
heard: - listen and respect.
is on the increase, and human life less valued, in
all countries we suggest if you value your life and
safety, purchase your sex where the danger is minimal
unless of course you like living beyond the edge, and
your life insurance is paid up. Usually a chat to
your hotel porter/concierge will help give you more
local information as will many taxi drivers.
great nightlife, legal red light areas in most
New Zealand - affordable, get laid
daily, and a great adventure tourism
NZ sex laws.
Brazil - turn up the heat
Pakistan - sexually secretive and still a
fantastic tour destination
info - Travel
Berlin – The Beate Uhse Erotik-Museum boasts a tasteful
display of sex through the ages, from India to Japan and beyond,
plus an entire floor devoted to the history of sex toys. The museum
shop is considered the largest "sex store" in the world.
Paris – When the Musee de l’erotisme opened, one statesman
remarked, "We take sex seriously in France and it’s about time we
had a museum dedicated to it." Well said, monsieur. The museum
focuses on the art of sex, concentrating on modern works and fewer
cultural histories. Although Paris has its must-see attractions,
this landmark should top that list.
Copenhagen – Don't miss the Museum Erotica, "a rich
cross-section that illustrates the history of erotic expression."
Enjoy some of the world's finest erotic paintings and sculptures,
and a chance to glimpse into the sex lives of cultural luminaries
such as Hans Christian Andersen, Jacqueline Kennedy and many others
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